- Producer22/11/2017The Emperor May Be a Bot ... But He Still Has No ClothesSAY IT LOUDLY AND OFTEN ENOUGH AND PEOPLE MAY BELIEVE YOU...Autodesk, a long-standing developer of 2D and 3D drafting and design software, recently announced it plans to release a new version of its Autodesk Virtual Agent (AVA) avatar.The company...
- Producer22/11/2017My Network, My Friends Rock!Lately, my social media feeds have been filled with so much negativity. In the spirit of Thanksgiving and the holidays - and to contribute to a small bump to change this negative stuff to something more positive, I present the 2017 You Rock...
- ProducerHive🐝Talk-Trending Buzzes, Features and Hives-Nov. 21, 2017I am sincerely grateful to be a part of the beBee community. What is there not to like about being surrounded by such an engaging and talented group of people willing to donate their time and efforts.Just to name a few that I follow, let's...
Comments22/11/2017 #6 David B. GrinbergKudos to all the buzzing bees named above who are prolific in producing honey -- especially @Jim Murray who always sets a high bar with his great advice, intelligence, sarcasm, wit and humor on a countless range of topics. This is well deserved recognition, Franci. And thanks for all YOU do too. Please have a happy Thanksgiving!
- Producer20/11/2017What was, is and might be!Times we live in today with so called modern connectivity challenges us in every step to conform and yet can completely make us feel alienated in the non conforming ... Many of us are feeling the pinch a jab of what reality is turning out to...
Comments21/11/2017 #11 Savvy Raj#10 Diving into the comments here on beBee is a way to find concentrated wisdom and a way to gain perspective on issues we may not have considered.... this comment by @Jerry Fletcherresonates as many times when we take some time to read a captivating comment again we come up with fresh perspectives in the learning. Truly a successful communication is about taking time to listen in to understand than mere sharing... your comment here @Mohammed A. Jawad has much depth of reflections and addresses the need to take the pause to breathe in the understanding . And when expressions take flight we need a reconsideration of the ramifications . And that is then the play of balance , of proportions and disproportions that the self creates, adjusts and develops as per the needs of the times and like you mention ... perhaps cherishing our dual states in all its givings and misgivings in the wake of the state of one's sinews at that moment .20/11/2017 #10 Mohammed A. JawadPerhaps, when we unveil our identities step by step we all become cautious for every step to be taken. In remaining obscure, we hold fleeting thoughts and lives, and forget and refresh ourselves by the dawn and dusk in this very digital, global village. Somehow, social media keeps our sinews soaring and we cherish dual states, that is, virtual and real worlds in disproportionate manner.20/11/2017 #6 Joel AndersonSmooth is fast. When we take the time to open our eyes to truly see, open our ears to hear, and open our minds to think beyond the moment we just might be getting somewhere. Far too often we allow the speed of things to cloud or hide the interwoven nature of things. The interactions, the inter-dependencies, the connections, the story's, the things we take for granted and yes, even the steps yet to come. May be a stretch but your writing made me think of humanity. We just may be like the Aspen tree(s). Where the roots are connected and interwoven and on the surface appear to be individual entities when in reality, they are one community. Maybe in our cosmic sense we can slow down and understand the essence of smooth. @Savvy Raj Keep making a difference: one person, one step at a time.20/11/2017 #2 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeDear @Savvy Raj- every quote in your outstanding buzz is a concentrated drop of honey. I salute you for putting many quotes in such a coherent manner. I enjoyed immensely your buzz and the great thoughts embedded in it. Shared proudly
I thank you for my mention. I am truly privileged
- Producer19/11/2017SPIN, THE TRUE ARCHITECT OF LIVING!Spin is a lovely process Alone it makes huge progress Accelerate with amazing blow Forcing many to toe Extreme energy it generates Apparently it appears in a stationary state Lovely rendition you adhere Spin you are...
Comments20/11/2017 #6 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand AmbassadorI used this same comment in a post by @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee - https://www.bebee.com/producer/@ali-anani/emerging-tensions-and-creativity, and feel it is applicable to this piece, as well.
Without a big spin, there’s nothing to win. We must make the best of a given situation “Life’s lemons are sometimes little blessings, you just have to wait for the pie.” With that said, don't dip your toe until you know.19/11/2017 #3 Geoff Hudson-SearleGreat Buzz @Debasish Majumder your words remind me of a quote by Daryn Kagan 'Times might be tough, your head and thoughts might be spinning, but I find it's physically impossible to do that spiral thing when your mind is focused on giving and creating opportunity.'
- Producer18/11/2017SYMPHONY IN LIFE AND DEATH!Life itself an enigma Nobody knows when it will conclude its charisma How many can realize it is a continuation Having the constituents promoting impetus to acceleration Human civilization thus proceeds with a never ending flow...
Comments19/11/2017 #6 Debasish Majumder#5 yes sir @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee, this issue is haunting me for a fairly long time that apart from people who are in miserable state out of poverty and debt, opting for suicide. but, now people who are educated and well to do also opting for suicide unable to cope up with the pressure and lifestyle. even in our country brilliant students from engineering, medical and management faculty too are succumbing and this trend at rise. i wonder, what education we are dispensing with what ambition!19/11/2017 #5 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeA genuine cry dear @Debasish Majumder. You wrote "
I wonder how this suicidal trend
Creeping and influencing people with adequate name and fame
The same issue was hanging in my head as I keep reading about suicidal attempts of young people. have we reached this stage of helplessness? Is it a state of total chaos and self-emptiness and bankruptcy?
"18/11/2017 #4 Gert Scholtz@Debasish Majumder A multi-faceted poem Debasish - it left my head spinning - in a good way. This I like most: "When we stare at dark deep sky, Beauty of stellar appears like twinkling eye, Some are luminous and boisterous, Some are falling in despair....Death and life makes a unique stew".
- Producer16/11/2017Happy Thanksgiving!!!The last Thursday in November. Always Thanksgiving. It's my brother's most favorite holiday, because it involves stuffing and turkey, his two most favorite things to eat.. Growing up it seemed like a lot of work for just a few minutes...
- Producer15/11/2017INTRIGUING UNIVERSE WITH ITS MYSTIC WIND!What is sand or soil texture we observe in nature’s floor? Valuable resources for life to explore What draws our attention in the night sky? Myriad of falling stars diving in the seas high A continuous deposition of grandeur...
Comments15/11/2017 #8 Sara JacoboviciIt never cease to amaze me @Debasish Majumder how you are able to produce such poetry with a flow of its own. You make it appear so easy. You finish this poem with a meaningful statement for me, "Unfathomable it is out of its mysterious rhythm!". Thank you for your share.15/11/2017 #3 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee"A continuous deposition of grandeur
Helping our lives to evolve with valor"
Great meaning and vivid descriptions by @Debasish Majumder.
It seeme to me you find writing poetry is as easy for you as drinking a cold cup ofvwater in a hot summer day
- Producer14/11/2017INTRIGUING HAPPINESS!Happiness human only aspire What exactly it is? Posing a recurrent nemesis Without which we all are in despair Causing a disdain in our atmosphere! Happiness is an abstract protocol We all spirally moving on Do not...
Comments14/11/2017 #1 Debasish Majumder@Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee, @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc., @Milos Djukic, @David B. Grinberg
- Producer10/11/2017SO WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN?I apologize for being offline for the summer. I was under the weather, and my family has had five deaths this year, the latest was a few weeks ago...when mom died. That's my mom there, Maxine. I was a "whoops" baby, my parents were building their...
- Producer09/11/2017Why We're Follow Junkies.Everyone's guilty of herding and following trends. It's so much easier than actually thinking and speaking for ourselves.“I don’t follow trends, they follow me.” Mae WestWe all know there are entire galaxies beyond our own, possibly with complete...
Comments11/11/2017 #8 Robert Cormack#6 The great thing about television, @Brian McKenzie, is it shows our decline. We've been on a downward trajectory since the 60s, and it amazes me how networks have survived this long. I think, when Trump concludes his presidency (4 years is max for him), he can look back with pride and say he kept the networks alive (and he'll be right!)
- Producer08/11/2017Jim Murray on WritingI regard Jim Murray as a doyen of writing and blogging on BeBee. His writing excellence and experience is vast; easy to read posts expressed in a straight forward conversational way, it often hides the true craftsmanship, depth and quality of his...
Comments09/11/2017 #19 Kevin PashukMy first thought was... why don't we do this more often, rather than waiting to say these things in a eulogy? Good for you @Gert Scholtz for setting a great example. Jim is certainly worthy of your praise, and I can certify that he is the genuine article in person too - his humanity, wit, and current burr in his butt is upfront and well articulated in his postings.
I'm waiting for @Jim Murray to change his profile pic to one of him wearing a "DOYEN" t-shirt.09/11/2017 #18 Tausif Mundrawala#17 I agree with you on all counts and have even mentioned this while commenting on our fellow bees post that an expert experienced enough is like an institution. I think those youngsters who deny this is actually missing the wisdom being shared by these experienced writers.
This platform has always helped everyone to grow to their best possible extent. Am glad to be a part of this journey, @Robert Cormack09/11/2017 #17 Robert CormackEvery once in a while, @Gert Scholtz, it's good to see a writer give a nod to another writer. You've done this more than once, and you obviously pick good examples (I like Jim's stuff, too). I've mentioned in a few posts the difficulty young people have taking advice from older people. The examples you've shown of Jim's advice demonstrates good, clean thinking. More importantly, it's advice young people in particular would be wise to follow. At our ages, we've learned to assemble thoughts in our minds. We've done it for years. But we did have to learn this. Very often, I read young people's posts where it's obvious they've decided to just "write themselves out." That's what's known as a "draft." That isn't an article or a post or a blog/post. That's where I think young people could learn a lot from @Jim Murray, @Phil Friedman and @Gert Scholtz. Thanks for the post.08/11/2017 #13 Phil Friedman@Gert Scholtz, from the Cambridge English Dictionary: DOYEN - “ ...
the oldest, most experienced, and often most respected person of all the people involved in a particular type of work ....”
Well, I can go unreservedly with the first adjective in the list, pretty much with the second, and grudgingly with the third. Just kidding, of course. Jim is a genuine big bat in this game.... even if a bit grouchy at times. Thanks for this. Cheers!08/11/2017 #8 Jim MurrayWell...first of all thanks, my friend. I was literally blown away by this. It also brought forth a memory from close to two years ago now, when you approached me for some advice, which I was happy to give you and have done for several other bees. I remember actually editing one of your first pieces and thinking, yeah...this guy's got something special. There's a real humanity to him, And since then,. as your confidence has grown and you have blossomed into a true player here, you have proved me right over and over again. Keep up the good work, @Gert Scholtz. All the bees are grateful I am sure.08/11/2017 #7 David B. GrinbergI couldn’t agree more, Gert. We are fortunate to have @Jim Murray contributing his prolific prose here. He’s a top notch writer whose blogging buzzes are informative, insightful and, of course, opinionated. I have always admired Jim’s no BS lively approach which exemplifies the essence of authenticity. He is indeed one of a kind — as are you, Gert! You are both irreplaceable assets to beBee. Thanks for all you do!08/11/2017 #6 Tausif MundrawalaThe task which you took upon yourself to bring forth the glitter of the gems on this platform is phenomenal. Very few are really interested in what one says or do but it's incumbent upon those who are on a mission to make this world a better place to live and spread their wisdom. Hardly do I get enough time to read posts of these jewels because there is so much valuable material available here that it's difficult to read all of them. But there are series like what you and others do which helps me to reflect on those priceless words.
Am glad that you shared this buzz with us , my friend @Gert Scholtz What else could one ask for than this buzz to start one's day with.
- Producer07/11/2017How To Make Yourself A Bad-Ass On The InterWebBecause the Internet is a big place, and because there are so many people who do the same sort of thing, vying for attention and yeah, even your business, the biggest challenge people face is differentiating themselves from the crowd.This is, by no...
Comments07/11/2017 #2 Phil Friedman@Jim Murray > "It means, in a nutshell, writing posts that give away a lot of so called trade secrets."
Not a lot of danger in that. My experience is that having the information is still a way's from understanding it well and even further from being able to actually implement it. Good piece, Jim. Cheers!
- Producer07/11/2017POET'S DILEMMA!Why I write poetry? Is it a mere gesture of spontaneity? I perhaps resort to poetry Just to satiate my soul out of alacrity I only try to communicate with many In order to convey my reflections to appeal to majority How...
Comments08/11/2017 #12 Debasish Majumder#11 thank you very ,much @Melissa Hefferman for your beautiful comment and appreciation. i am privileged and honored. music requires a concerted effort along with number of musicians and their sincere effort to make it soothing. you people's appreciations and inspirations trigger me to write poems. thank you once again madam.08/11/2017 #11 AnonymousI think when I spontaneously feel like clicking here, though mostly the clicking ends up feeling sickening so I tend to stay in spaces more to my liking, that when your words pop up to be read by my happy musical ear, I wonder if it's your heartbeat singing across the screen, for that is always what it seems when I read your passioned prose. Your Heart knows.
Love. 💖07/11/2017 #4 Debasish Majumder#3 sir @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee please don't embarrass me by honoring. it is my privilege and honor that you appreciate my poetry. because of your continuous support and appreciation i am capable to write poems. i am indebted to you a lot sir. thank you very much for your cordial support and appreciation sir.07/11/2017 #3 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee"Just out of fancy, not to aspire fame
But my qualm
Don’t let me sleep in calm".
I wrote today about the spontaneous writer and you write here about the spontaneous poet. You are an amazingly spontaneous and formidable poet dear @Debasish Majumder View more"Just out of fancy, not to aspire fame
But my qualm
Don’t let me sleep in calm".
I wrote today about the spontaneous writer and you write here about the spontaneous poet. You are an amazingly spontaneous and formidable poet dear @Debasish Majumder. I am honored. Thank you Close
- Producer07/11/2017Q&A@beBee with Graham EdwardsImage credit: steveoatesblog - WordPress.com With Q@beBee, I ask some of the most interesting people on this network 7 questions. The result, unedited, is the most fascinating answers. Q@beBee is an ongoing series that gives us the opportunity to...
Comments10/11/2017 #10 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBeeWhat a wonderful interview @Sara Jacobovici#1 and idea you have created. Well done. I was so pleased to read @Graham Edwards is still practising how to sense our awareness! And in much gratitude to @Ali Anani who has also been a wonderful supporter.08/11/2017 #9 Savvy RajA wonderful set of Q & A @Sara Jacobovici and @Graham🐝 Edwards . I like this line.... 'It is also important to ask from a place of curiosity and understanding, opposed to asking for asking’s sake.' I also feel the ability to put yourself in what you do ... reflects in all our relationships and is so very important in not just buisness but in all aspects of our life and living ...as many a times impactful connections of integrity are built through such sustained and genuine interest.08/11/2017 #8 Paul Walters@Sara Jacobovici Thanks for this. I read a lot of what Graham writes ( Plus he does read and comment on my stuff) Nice, fresh approach to an interview. As they say here, salamat sukses all the way from Bali ( where the rumbling Mt Agung has decided to go quiet, thank goodness!
- Producer07/11/2017Thank you, Muhammad AliLife is about change and growth as individuals and as writers and artists. If we think the same thoughts at 50 that we did at 20, we have failed to grow and mature in our thinking. We have wasted our time here on this earth. If we paint the same...
Comments07/11/2017 #5 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand AmbassadorEverything in the universe is continually changing. It's up to us to take control of our own growth and live life to its fullest.
“We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty.”
― Maya Angelou07/11/2017 #1 Susan 🐝 Rooks, the Grammar GoddessOh my gosh, @Harley King, I have hardly any of the same thoughts or ideas from when I was in my 20s, except for my basic principles of how to live, which have strenthened over time. The world has changed so much in my lifetime, and while sometimes I meet the future kicking and screaming (no, not more technology!!!!!), I still appreciate where I am right now.
So good to see something from you again!
- Producer07/11/2017Are We Screwed?If history ha taught us anything, we're our own worst enemy. It's called distraction and we're all guilty.“I don’t want my body to be a distraction from my talent or my brain.” Shania TwainContrary to popular opinion, the Roman Empire didn’t fall...
Comments07/11/2017 #1 Kazi Najib AshrafInteresting write-up Robert, I really enjoyed it. I have also been searching for this answer for quite some time but distraction is definitely a key reason. As a Muslim residing in the Middle East, I do not see myself or anyone that I know of having any intention of taking over any culture or country at all. I was educated in Texas and North Carolina and I left and have been working in the Middle East since then. You have to trust me that Muslims have no desire of taking over any country and acts of a few should not be plastered over the whole community. I will be happy to correspond with you as dialogue is always a way forward but you have to define another boogie man for now. Take Care and I would appreciate your reply Najib
- Producer05/11/2017Glowing Hopes My phone rang. An old friend of mine was crying and requesting me to meet with him urgently. We met and found that he was living totally in darkness. His wife and kids deserted him. He lost his job. His father passed away in a tragic car...
Comments07/11/2017 #43 Lisa Vanderburg#41 Absolutely @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee. This is a tool of immense power for both good and evil; great caution should always stay in our conscious mind during our use of this two-faced beast. The www should come with a warning: DANGER: harm and corruption may ensue while using this device!07/11/2017 #42 Lisa 🐝 GallagherWhat a great message @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee. Let us be the light that shines on others instead of the light that burns others. There will always be some who would rather take from someone and make them miserable but in the end, I think karma surely catches up. I never wish anything bad for anyone but sometimes lessons aren't learned until a person experiences their own darkness. It's with hope that those who have caused pain to others or take from others gain empathy if they find themselves in a similar situation. If everyone could just remember we are all human and every human has their flaws, maybe, just maybe the world would be a much better place.07/11/2017 #41 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#37 this comment of yours dear @Lisa Vanderburg is what I call Comment Concentrate. You summed up highly-relevant thoughts in your comment. Bravo
People who put lights on their social media face to deceive others are among the most wicked people. Even they managed to make ill-use of light and turn it to darkness for others.07/11/2017 #37 Lisa VanderburgYou draw the most enthralling comments, dear @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee, and @Edward Lewellen's question, @Sara Jacobovici's musing brings up very important issues; have some become so adept at deception, do they even know they are deceiving anymore? Edward also said the book he's reading 'details how people assume personas over the Internet they would not in person'. I'm deliberately surmising we all do that; we are not the person we appear to be, but in a way, we are better?
I react. Someone unknowingly walks in front of a car; I stop them. Someone screams for help; I go and help. All of us here would do the same I think. These random acts are really devoid of thought; mere instinct. But am I that same person on a keyboard? Dunno....great thoughts you raise!06/11/2017 #36 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#31 dear @Sara Jacobovici just reading this from your comment shows your depth of understanding "So, it is not really surprising that we can be deceived by the light we see emanating from a person".
You give great explanation that not all lights are "safe". This is what we experience with deceptive people who give light of hope to others only to cheat them. The scientific reasoning is sound. I consider your comment as an integral part of this buzz. Thank you06/11/2017 #35 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#31 dear @Sara Jacobovici- just reading this from your commentvshoes your depth of understanding "So, it is not really surprising that we can be deceived by the light we see emanating from a person".
You vive great explanation that not all lights are "safe". This is what we experience with deceptive people eho give light of hope to others only to cheat them. The scientific reasoning is sound. I consider your comment as an integral part of this buzz. Thank you06/11/2017 #33 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#29 dear friend @Edward Lewellen I felt nostalgic while reading your comment. I remembered our experiences. Itvhad been a nourney in ehich ee both experiencef The Cyber Effect.
Yes, relations take time to build and develop common understanding. Ours has been fruitful and filled with the light of attention and caring for each other. Light is right in our formidable friendship.
- Producer05/11/2017The Real Perils of Robots.We should worry less about losing our jobs and more about becoming their pets.“I visualize a time when we will be to robots what dogs are to humans, and I’m rooting for the machines,” Claude ShannonTo hear Stephen Hawking tell it, we’re in a lot of...
- Producer04/11/2017LinkedIn: To Tag or not to Tag and the Going Viral Controversy "If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?" What a week this has been on LinkedIn. HEATED!! At times VICIOUS!! Let me bring you up to date. Reminder: I am posting this here because, if I post it in...
Comments06/11/2017 #13 Anne 🐝 Thornley-Brown, MBA@Aleta Curry I am doing an experiment. I will ad the links as soon as it is over. LinkedIn distributes posts based on how many people comment on and like them in the first hour. Also, because organic reach is limited, if you want certain people to see your content, if you don't tag them, chances are they won't see it. The goal is not to go viral for viral's sake. It's to ensure that your posts are seen by your connections and followers. If you don't tag, chances are they won't see them.06/11/2017 #12 Aleta CurryIt would be great if you could link to the pertinent LinkedIn discussions, @Anne 🐝 Thornley-Brown, MBA
I don't usually 'tag' on LinkedIn. I am not seeing the connection between taggin and going viral, unless you're taggin Bill Gates and he replies.
I used to tag on beeBee, but the new notifications feature seems to make that superflous, except that now people are getting so many notifications they may start ignoring them.
I've been offline for a couple of weeks and I have 95 new notifications, not counting the ones I hadn't yet checked before I took my break. (Be careful what you wish for.)05/11/2017 #10 Paul "Pablo" CroubalianI still post stuff on LInkedIn. It isn't all that difficult to copy/paste from beBee.
Truth: there is more breadth and depth to my beBee posts where I can write about all my "personalities." Not everything gets to Linkedin and whatever does, gets to beBee first.
There is more LinkedIn activity on a status update than on a long-form post. There is more activity on a status update without an image than with (strange but true)
CLOSING NOTE: Wanna go viral? Post a video of the Chairman of the Board tripping and falling nuts first on the edge of the boardroom table. To break his fall, he can, accidently, tear the shirt off a female executive.
To ensure virality, the boardroom table should collapse injuring many people.
If a birthday cake, with candles lit, flies directly into the Chairman's face as he writhes on the floor clutching his genitals in pain, so much the better.
"Going viral" is for stupidity, personal embarrassment, and/or multiple injuries. Oh, and for cute kitten things.
Can anyone name a single valuable business anything that has gone viral?05/11/2017 #9 Lisa 🐝 GallagherI don't use LI half as often as I used to due to the fact that organic reach is next to impossible on LI now. However, to your point @Anne 🐝 Thornley-Brown, MBA, many of us tag on LI when cross posting and yes, I find the articles that are tagged reach a MUCH larger audience than those articles which have no tags. I agree, just send the person a message stating, I don't care to be tagged. I wrote something on beBee quite a while ago about mass tagging, I don't care to be tagged by the same few people over and over when they are self-promoting their writing. I guess there is a fine line but when it comes to B2B, content writing, etc... or even an important update, tag away!05/11/2017 #8 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeI want also to add that number of views could well be related to the position of the writer. If LI manager publishes even an ordinary quality post he shall get more views than a distinctive post by you.
I stopped completely worrying or paying attention to numbrer of views. I publish on Fridays and Saturdays and these two days hardly get traffic. My concern is to expose the post to the world when ready.05/11/2017 #7 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee@Anne 🐝 Thornley-Brown, MBA- I understand you. I must say that in rare cases I tag people. I. Publish on beBee and share later on LI. Except recently every post I published on beBee got more view and comments by a factor od 3 to 4. Onle recent buzz on LI got more than 5300 views on LI nad 2400 on beBee. However; still comments on be Bee exceeded by 3 times those on LI.
I am saying this and I find beBee far more rewarding.05/11/2017 #5 Proma 🐝 NautiyalGreat post, @Anne 🐝 Thornley-Brown, MBA! I totally agree with you.
I tag when I want the concerned person's attention to the post. If it's an author whom I have to tagged, it allows other members (in my network and in their's) to know about the person tagged.
Finally, when someone tags me, I feel happy that they took the time to type in my name to make sure I see the particular post.
- Producer03/11/2017Three Empty Chairs at the TableSorry, it has been awhile since I've written anything here. However, there has been a reason for my absence and it has to do with death of three friends over the course of the summer. Since I didn't want to bring anyone down I remained publicly...
Comments04/11/2017 #1 Lisa 🐝 GallagherSorry you lost 3 friends so close together. I'm glad you have a way to express yourself through your writing. Fiction would be a great way to disguise oneself through writing. Thanks for sharing @John Sliz View moreSorry you lost 3 friends so close together. I'm glad you have a way to express yourself through your writing. Fiction would be a great way to disguise oneself through writing. Thanks for sharing @John Sliz! Close
- Producer02/11/2017Can We Live An Uninterrupted Life?Do we really want peace and tranquility?Or are we treating it like another distraction in our already distracted lives?“There are always distractions, if you allow them.” Tony La RussaIt’s nice to imagine living without distractions, enjoying...
Comments04/11/2017 #4 Bernard PoulinAn uninterrupted life means an alone time life. . . without digital toy distractions. But then, do we dare be alone? Can we stand it? Which will we be? One in delicious solitude or one who is lonely? What's the difference? Solitude is to enjoy the company of one’s “self” - loneliness is to find no one there..02/11/2017 #1 Mohammed A. JawadStrangely, it's human equation that's hard to understand and oftentimes our own humor best defines our idiocy and aloofness. We long for peace but look out in wrong things, and to sum up simple things we baffle our senses. @Robert Cormack View moreStrangely, it's human equation that's hard to understand and oftentimes our own humor best defines our idiocy and aloofness. We long for peace but look out in wrong things, and to sum up simple things we baffle our senses. @Robert Cormack be(e) a buzzing bee and keep hemming your humor! Close
- Producer02/11/2017What Makes An Assignment Stand Apart & UniqueAssignment services are nowadays seeing mushrooming over the Internet at a very high rate. The basic reason is that students can barely manage to find time to write their assignments which are leading them to look for writing services that will...
- Producer01/11/2017Dating Advice: Travel Is the Best Way to Dump Someone.Despite the cost, dumping your lover at the Louvre or the Sphinx in Giza is a lot more effective—and safer—than doing it at Starbucks.“Never go on trips with anyone you do not love.” Ernest HemingwayHemingway was a great traveller. He went all over...
Comments01/11/2017 #9 Irene 🐝 Rodriguez EscolarMister Cormack, we can blame the environment, the city we travel to, or the airport, train station or bus we are in. They will never be guilty of a rupture, it is an excuse, only the person involved is guilty, in that rupture.
Ironic humor is not my strong point.
- Producer30/10/2017Personal Branding: Why It Is Important To Develop CompetenceNothing will build your personal brand more than diligent development and promotion of your competence.Why is personal branding so important these days? With the flood of competitors and talking heads across social media, it is vital that you stand...
Comments01/11/2017 #9 Lisa 🐝 GallagherGreat points about Personal branding @Edwin Dearborn. "Competent people attract great opportunities," Most of the time this is certainly true. Competence without arrogance is key. I just landed a great opportunity through my writing, updating my resume and yes, competence.
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